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SFGTV
Jul 21, 2011 3:00pm PDT
. two minutes. >> i am speak on item number 9, proposed settlement with t-mobile west. i am bob carson and i was the appellant in this case. as the original appeal was approved 11-0 by the board of supervisors, that gave rise to the litigation and i request that the rules committee vote against the proposed settlement of the federal lawsuit filed by t-mobile. and the lawsuit is simply down to one seemingly simple issue which is there a signal gap, is that a significant signal gap, and even if those conditions are met, is that the at least intrusive in the t-mobile proposed site, the least intrusive one? and there's no compelling financial reason which i'll explain to the city to not go ahead with the second face of the lawsuit and the city one of the first days of the lawsuit. and to retain an expert to assist the city at the trial. we have identified a ph.d. in electrical engineering what was a practicing lawyer in this area and eee member and licensed and qualified to perform the tests and he is willing to present evidence and testimony at trial based on precise state-of-the-art ins
SFGTV
Jul 24, 2011 10:00pm PDT
in the area of 725 terraville street and support bob carson's appeal done last may and our group has an expert whose opinion is that t-mobile does not have a significant gap in their coverage in the 725 area. this matter really is just all about politics with t-mobile trying to inkrecrease its cell e and increase the value to at&t who just recently bought them. and so in conclusion, please deny settlement of the lawsuit. thank you very much. supervisor kim: thank you, mr. mitchell. next speaker. >> good afternoon, supervisors. my name is richard deluce and i live around the corner from 725 taraval and i have live there had for system 10 years now. i ask you today to vote against the settlement of t-mobile's lawsuit against the city. voting to set thl lawsuit will set a bad precedent for future instances where wireless carriers seek to install these types of intrusive, industrial, commercial facilities on or near residential buildings in neighbors where they do not belong. and in supervisor farrel's district alone, there are currently four such case where is a proposed wireless facilities requi
CSPAN
Jul 16, 2011 11:00pm EDT
shows the way it works, where kit carson comes to rescue a woman who has been captured. in fact what they do is they tell the prisoners to write away. i'm going to do stuff that's been captured there come a begins going through the camp and finds the diamond novel and it is about kit carson rescuing women from the apache. and kit carson sits down and starts reading the design novel in the novel is is the which. so kit carson says here's an actual historical character now constructing himself out of these kinds of minutes. it's a great genius of the american west, the one who understood the west itself to become a commodity. buffalo bills wildlife shows never cause and felt the show will take the actual people who are involved. which i then buffalo bills wild west show his indians could fight custody will then join buffalo bills wildlife show to fight custer in the every now. and before wanted it, which buffalo bills. you know, it is point, you can tell the reality of the fiction. so my larger point about the west is you can demythologizing and you'll never get your heart out. these s
PBS
Jul 20, 2011 2:30pm PDT
carson. not good enough, said his critics. nick robinson has the details. >> a friend anin need is a fried until they become a political headache. cameron defended giving andy a second chance until today. >> i would not have offered him the job and he wouldn't have taken it. you don't make decisions in hindsight. you live and you learn and believe you me, i have learned. >> he said he was sorry for what the appointment had caused. was he ready to apologize for hiring him. >> if it turns out i have been lied to, that is a moment for a profound apology. and i will not fall short. >> few expected him to go that far. but it was not far enough. >> that isn't good enough. it is not about hindsight. it is not about if he was lied to. it is about the information and warning that was ignored. >> this came before and after he came to number 10. his director tried to keep a low profile. >> it is 8:00, monday, september 6. police are looking into phone hacking by "tnenews of the world." >> a report said he knew about this. despite the claims, he was not fired and left 10 weeks later with pr
SFGTV2
Jul 6, 2011 5:00pm PDT
the oscar grant story and documented youth reaction to the case. [applause] sh andcheyyenne carson is improg conditions of youth who have parents and custody. [applause] denise castro, 17, is a college- bound ambassador at marshall elementary school where she helps students with their homework and students with after-school activities. she is an inspiring member to the students she works with. she is also a captain of her high school soccer team. [applause] efrian hernandez, 16, takes part in the youth development boxing club where he helps his peers build confidence and discipline. he is often seen encouraging others to push themselves harder and not give up, proving to be and our role model. [applause] [applause] evira ziayz, 18, a career counselor with lyric and has worked hard to build partnerships. she motivates other young people to be their best while demonstrating respectful and responsible leadership wherever she is. [applause] [applause] gerald is at inner-city youth where he incurred as other people to be leaders. gerald is also praised for his perseverance and compassionate speak
FOX News
Jul 3, 2011 3:00am EDT
. >> jo dom and johnny carson ande egg bit. >> it's a phenomenal trick. >> i haven't the lightest idea. >> it's called drop the eggs with match covers. you want to see it? >> it could go right in the -- >> let's go find out. >> okay, i'll try it. okay. >> there are moments in live television that just happen then they become classics. one night dom surprised johnny carson with dom's egg trick. >> here we are at the trick. >> here we are at the trick. let me just tell you that i have five glasses of water. yes, i have five glasses. >> a little background. >> a little background at the moment. there is a climax here matched only -- trusz me. trust me. okay. this is really something. i am a little scared, actually. okay, now this is a become of matches rolled up like that. i have to put them over the glasses. i am scared. i don't like this very much. >> what are you scared about? >> what i am going to do is i am going to hit the tray all of the eggs i put up here are going to pull in the glass. it's really nice, john, guri yo are going to love it. >> what is my role. >> your role is to si
CSPAN
Jul 17, 2011 7:00am EDT
that others had used. i have used it, and it sort of captures the way this works. it is kit carson comes to rescue a woman has been captured by i think the cheyenne. is too late. what they do is they kill oppressors and right away. and in going through the stuff that has been captured he begins going to the debris in the camp and he finds the novel. the novel is about kit carson rescuing women from the apaches. kit carson sits down and starts reading the novel. kit carson is upset because in the novel he saved the women. this time he lost the women. for kit carson begins to realize here's an actual historical character now constructing himself out of these kinds of myths. buffalo bill cody who i think is a great genius of the american west produced is the one who understood this. what he understood is the west itself could become a commodity. buffalo bills wild west show which never calls itself a show will take the actual people or involved. which met in buffalo bill's wild west show is indians who had fought oscar within joined buffalo bill bill's wild west show to fight custer in onst
ABC
Jul 27, 2011 11:00pm PDT
corner backs in football. others departing silver and black gradkowski is leaving. carson palmer does not want to hurt. and hugh jackson, the new head coach is all fired up about the raiders setting his sights on the playoffs. >> first of all before i say anything i have to say something to raider nation because raider nation, we are back. we expect to win, and we're gonna win and that's exactly what we are gonna do. >> we are going to start off fast and we have pre-season games. we have to get going. >> we are going to build a bully. concern for the 49ers. frank gore holding out. so a long lockout and now contract friction. we will see what his situation is. >> that's tough. thanks, larry. >> "nightline" is coming up next. i'm dan ashley. >> and i'm carolyn johnson. for larry beil and sandhya patel, thanks for joining us. >> hope to see you here tomorrow. >> good night, everyone. [ female announcer ] what's so great about jcp cash? no exclusions! with jcp cash, earn ten dollars off when you spend just twenty-five storewide. and unlike other stores, we don't make you come back to save
PBS
Jul 7, 2011 12:00am PDT
. but literacy is very low. the police numbers are completely added. there is an enormous amount of carson. the police in afghanistan are fugs. we eatow they are -- we them and train them and now we have a trained and equipped thugs. you think via administration has decided we still need to be there? >> the administration uses some of the language in saying that we need to change your direction. he is doing so in a very slow pace that keeps us in this nation-building capacity. i think it is very hard to reverse course. that has proven itself time overtime as our nation becomes involved in foreign settings. every once in awhile, we need to reevaluate early, ask ourselves about the fundamental reasons we are there, and as if the current strategy best serves our national security and the current strategy does not. tavis: how do you all know that pulling out troops by the end of next year is a wise strategy? is that not something that the military leaders on the ground would know best? what we're not talking about taking and eliminating one strategy and having no other strategy. all we're sayi
NBC
Jul 2, 2011 3:35am PDT
the "carson daly" spot now. it was "later." it was an interview show. >> jimmy: "later with bob costas." i love that show. >> you know what? here, your audience is too young to even remember it. >> jimmy: no, they all know. >> i left in like 1994. but anyway, rob reiner was a guest about 20 years ago, and he told me he knew the lyrics to every theme song of every television show ever. so, after a few obvious ones, "the patty duke show," this, that and the other thing -- i said, all right, here you go. "the lawman" starring john russell and peter brown, whereupon he said -- ♪ the lawman came with the sun there was a job to be done ♪ ♪ and so they sent for the badge and the gun of the lawman ♪ [ laughter ] and then i said -- ♪ a man who rides all alone and all that he'll ever own ♪ ♪ is just badge and a gun and he's known as the lawman ♪ [ applause ] >> jimmy: very, very nice. [ cheers and applause ] >> yeah. how in the hell the roots know that. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah. no, they know every song. and they're in everyone's brain. they are the greatest band ever. [ laughter ]
FOX News
Jul 2, 2011 8:00pm EDT
carson in the egg bin. >> i was quite drunk and i don't remember . i would like to try it again. >> i haven't. >> drop the eggs with a match cover in the room it is unbelievable. >> you want to see it? >> it may be breaking. or could go no where. >> let's go find out. okay. okay. i had a het problem. i was told to begin my aspirin regimen. i just didn't listen until i almost lost my life. my doctor's again ordered me to take aspirin. and i do. [ male announcer ] be sure to talk to your doctor before you begin an aspirin regimen. [ mike ] listen to the doctor. take it seriously. it's a cloud of depression. and although you've been on an antidepressant for at least six weeks, you're frustrated that your depressive symptoms are still with you. seroquel xr, when added to an antidepressant, is approved for the treatment of major depressive disorder. for many, taking seroquel xr with an antidepressant was proven more effective an an antidepressant alone for treating unresolved symptoms of depression. talk to your doctor about seroquel xr. then visit soquelxr.com for a free trial offer. call
CNN
Jul 9, 2011 11:00am PDT
? >> yeah, well, that's right. andy carson, the former editor, was arrested friday here in the uk. he was questioned for about nine hours in london police station and then released on bail. so that is a very significant development. that followed revelations that the newspaper had been bribing police officers in order to get stories. something that has been illegal here for more than 100 years. but that wasn't the only arrest in this saga. there were a number of other arrests including a 63-year-old man who was believed to be a private detective who worked for the newspaper. and also its former royal correspondent who had already served a four-month sentence in prison for hacking into prince william's voice mail. he was rearrested and questioned again over the allegations of bribing officers. >> and, dan, i wonder, has there been anything said about the former editor, one of the top executives, rebecca brooks, and whether she should be worried at all that investigators will be coming her way? >> well, i would imagine she is extremely worried. though she has maintained throughout that
CSPAN
Jul 16, 2011 12:00pm EDT
account which others have used. it captures the way. did carson comes to rescue a woman who has been captured. in fact, what they do is their right away. and in going through this stuff that has been captured, he begins going through. he finds the dime novel about kit carson rescuing a woman from the apache. and he's upset. he gives them the novel. this time. so here is an actual historical character. distracting himself. buffalo bill. a great genius of the american west. the one who understood. he understood that the west itself could become an economy. never called selfish show. we'll take the actual people who were involved. buffalo bill's wild west show, indians joined buffalo bill's wild west show up to fight custer on stage and in the arena. before wounded knee, which buffalo bill will go out and sell for the army, indians were some of those that fought at wounded knee. at this point who can tell the reality and fiction. it just goes back and forth. my larger point about the west is, you can demythologize the west all you want. you will never get it. really about not so much th
FOX News
Jul 28, 2011 2:00am PDT
want to reiterate what you do with the little hand thing is the johnny carson car knack. i always get mail, younger viewers don't remember mr. carson, it's a classic bit he did. are you a hamptons kind of guy, miller. >> lionel hampton, i dig him. if you are asking me on friday afternoon if i'm going to get in that death match traffic to play croquet with sean colmes, no, i have got some paint to ogul. >> bill: you live in affluent place in southern california where a lot of people are very similar to the people that watters talked to. do you mingle freely with them? how do you see the very wealthy? >> i dig the really wealthy. but i dig poor people, too. i dig people in the middle. i dig people and then i don't like some people. and i don't judge it on the what they earn. >> bill: so people who like people are the luckiest people in the world? >> you are going to make me cry. you are going to make me cry. listen, what i don't dig is polo. what -- it's like miniature golf meets the kentucky derby. what's happening there? >> bill: wind millwright in the middle horses get smacked right
PBS
Jul 5, 2011 11:00pm PDT
, etc. and in 1970. rachel carson wrote a book in 1961 that painted the picture very clearly, the losses, the diminishment in, in life, in the quality of life that americans had suffered and in our democracy that we'd suffered through the theft of the commons by powerful industries within our society, and in 1970 with all these insults affecting things that people valued and very, very clear at that time to people that we were paying a price for -- for that kind of industrial growth that was actually making a few people rich by impoverishing everybody else and that it was violating our values, our democracy. it was even an assault on free market capitalism because pollution is a subsidy to industries, and it distorts the free market. they came out on the street. they demanded that the political leaders return these ancient rights, and it was such a momentous event to the politicians that republicans and democrats got together and created, -- you know, nixon created e.p.a., signed all these environmental laws into effect. over the next ten years we passed 28 major environmental laws, clea
FOX
Jul 9, 2011 6:00pm PDT
't a dry eye in the department. everyone took it pretty hard. >> reporter: sergeant david carson says gun violence in the city is down about 50%. good but he says not good enough. >> one less gun that's accessible to anyone is one less gun out on the street. >> the biggest factor in the changes is the community, stepping forward, that's no longer accepting the type of valueiance and crime that we've had in the past. >> david wood, councilman, says 137 weapons were turned in through the program the last two years and now, even more. can every one of them will be destroyed in the coming months. >>> san francisco's proposed ban on circumcision would be illegal under legislation just introduced. los angeles assemblyman mike gado introduced the measure thursday. ab768 would forbid local laws banning male circumcision. it would take effect immediately if passed. san francisco voters are set to decide in november whether or not to ban the practice. >>> bring back a legendary north bay nightclub. the original sweetwater closed in 2007 an nearly 40 years. the mill valley club was known for its big
FOX
Jul 9, 2011 10:00pm PDT
took it pretty hard. >> reporter: sergeant david carson says gun violence is down about 57%, good, but not good enough. >> one less gun that's accessible to anyone is one less gun out on the street. >> the biggest factor and the change is the community that's stepping forward, no longer accepting that type of violence and crime we've had in the past. >> reporter: city council man david woods says 137 weapons were turned in through this program the last two years and now even more, and every one of them will be destroyed in the coming months. in east palo alto, mike mibach, ktvu, channel 2 news. >>> demonstrations in support of california prisoners who are on an 8-day-old hunger strike. [drumming] >> activists are calling on corrections officials to negotiate with the prisoners. they're demanding better conditions and rehabilitation programs. the hunger strike began at pelican bay and has spread to several other prisons in the state. >>> a powerful taxpayer's group is challenging the $150 a year they must pay to cover the cost of wild fire fighting. the fee is expected to generate
SFGTV2
Jul 11, 2011 6:30am PDT
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